Café Rouge Adds Vegan 'Bleeding' Burger To Its Menu

Café Rouge Adds Vegan ‘Bleeding’ Burger To Its Menu


(updated 28th September 2020)

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French-styled restaurant chain, Café Rouge, has added Moving Mountain’s vegan ‘bleeding’ burger to its menu.

Vegan options

The eatery’s new À La Carte menu features a vegan Pea and Mint Tortelloni, Pea and Asparagus Risotto, and a plant-based alternative to its Black Angus Burger – using the Moving Mountains patty – which has zero cholesterol, 25g of plant protein, and is free from antibiotics and hormones.

Cafe Rouge, who saw a 44 percent spike in demand for its plant-based dishes last October, states on its website: “Whether you’re a flexitarian, on a part-time plant-based diet, or you’re full-time vegan – we’ve made sure that there are lots of delicious dishes for you to choose from on every menu.”

‘You asked, we listened’

The chain, which has more than 70 bistro restaurants in the UK, has also introduced soya milk to its menu, stating: “You asked – we listened. Enjoy your favorite Cafe Rouge teas, coffees and hot chocolate – now available with soymilk as an alternative to dairy milk.

“The perfect way to kick-start the day – especially when paired with our light & fluffy fruit-topped vegan pancakes!’

Moving Mountains

Last month The Hard Rock Cafe also launched the vegan Moving Mountains burger in its London restaurant – as well as 22 other outlets across Europe.

“Our mission is to expand into new restaurants and cities making truly inspiring flexitarian dining available to everyone using the latest food technology,” Simeon Van der Molen, Founder of Moving Mountains, said in a statement sent to

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